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supreme court justice sonia sotomayor who is launching her first book a memoir called "my beloved world." please turn off your cell phoner video is not allowed. we are authorized to tree like a supreme court justice msn a proclamation hearing. [laughter] the beautiful flowers on stage or flowers that are from lovely puerto rico. [applause] are regular florists manage to find and variance, ginger and tropical foliage. and thank you c-span booktv for being here in houston texas. the wortham center welcomes you and our friends across the country joining us on televisiotelevisio n. thank you for joining us. [applause] i am excited that mayor denise parker and -- are here with us tonight. [applause] denise parker is one of my heroes, one of my favorite people and a touristic mayor. please stand mayor and first lady cathy. [applause] you can see past presentations of the progressive forum on our web site, great minds such as jane goodall, richard leahy, bill moyers and supreme court justice john paul stevens. go to our web site at progressive form houston.org. that is progressive forum housto
] [applause] we are delighted to present to you tonight sonia sotomayor, who is launching her first book, a memoir entitled "my beloved world." please turn off your cell phone. the beautiful flowers on stage are from lovely puerto rico. [applause] puerto rico is the roots of justice sonia sotomayor's and her family. thank you, c-span booktv. thank you for being here to broadcast this to our friends on television. thank you for joining us. [applause] [applause] i am excited that two other guests are with us tonight, katharine hubbard and her husband. [applause] is one of my favorite people. please stand, the mayor and the first lady. [applause] [cheers] you can visit our website and have access to other great authors and notable people. just go to our website at aggressive form.org. we are pleased to give a look copy to everyone tonight. just together the distribution table in the grand foyer. additional books are also for sale at the bookshop. after justice sotomayor's presentation, she will join me for a q&a session. i should say that supreme court rules do not allow us to discuss court
>> rose: welcome to the program. tonight, a conversation with sonia sotomayor. she is an associate justice of the supreme court and has written a new book called "my beloved world." >> it's what the whole book is about. it's how i stand on the shoulders of so many people who have helped push me up. who have supported me, opened doors for me, helped me to learn. you know, i talk to people now sometimes on the book tour who say to me "i've done it alone." and i look at them and i say think about that statement. you may not have had parents who could have helped you, but i suspect you had someone in your life who's given you more meaning in an important way. whether it was a teacher, a grandmother, a relative, a friend whether it's a spouse there are always people who come to aid you in your life. recognizing it and being grateful is so important. you have to really understand when you're being motivated by your own feelings rather than by the law. i can't tell you how many times when i was a lawyer and sometimes even now you read an opinion below and you say "what's motivating this?"
of gun owners? yes, after a four-year waiting period. [ laughter ] and my guest, justice sonia sotomayor, is the first hispanic on the supreme court. i will ask her questions in hiss-spanish. [ laughter ] fidel castro made his first public appearance in three years. then he saw his shadow, so fifty more years of communism. [cheers and applause] this is "the colbert report." [cheers and applause] ["the colbert report" theme music playing] captioning sponsored by comedy central [eagle caw] [cheers and applause] welcome. thank you so much, everybody. [crowd chanting stephen] thank you have much. please, sit down, nation. [cheers and applause] welcome -- welcome to the broadcast presented tonight with limited commercial interruptions. good to have you with us. folks, i'm still coming down from last night's superbowl rager. i had the whole wrecking crew over and they brought it. and by it, i mean a lovely spinach dip bread bowl, courtesy of lou dawg. [ laughter ] woof woof! the dog is loose! the dog is in the house! and wants his serving tray back at some point! [ laughter ] it was a superbow
ashton carter. >> ifill: then, we have a conrsatn wi justice sonia sotomayor-- the first hispanic member of the supreme court about her life before and on the bench. >> sort of fine walking that we're always doing beten when are we listening with an open mind and when has our mind been closed because of a bias? >> woodruff: plus, we have two medical research stories. first, our week long focus on guns. "after newtown" continues, with a report from miles o'brien on what science can tell us aut thminds of rampage kilrs. andy williams called me collect inside the prisop. >> i didn't think 13 people were going to get shot. i just thought i'd make a lot of noise and the cops would show up. >> ifill: francis collins, head of the national institutes of health, walks us through president obama's call for a ten-year initiative to map the human brain. >> woodruff: plus, jeffrey brown reports on an archaeological find in the orkney islands off scotland that may provide new insight into religious practices in the neolithic age. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." >> major funding for
other states, including new york. during oral arguments, justice sotomayor spoke on the litigation permitted to catch the new forms of discrimination practices being developed. as the court struck down one form, the states would find another. justice scalia said the courts should be skeptical because it would be damaging for politicians to vote against the perpetuation of racial entitlement for minority voters. here was reverend al sharpton on the steps today. >> last year the id lines, and long lines and ending early voting, and stopping those going to the polls, showed that jim crow's son, james crow jr. is still trying to do what his daddy did. and that is rob us from the right to vote. >> joining me now is the co-director of the project which focuses on democracy and race. and i just want to get your thoughts on oral arguments today. i think we knew going into this, the last supreme court case this court looked at on the voting rights act, showed a tremendous amount of skepticism and hostility. i wonder, was today surprising to you? >> no, not surprising. i mean, you know, you
'connor retired in 2006, your the only thing of justice on the supreme court until justice sonia sotomayor joined the court in 2009. justice elena kagan followed, joining the court in 2010. you are now one of three women on the supreme court. can you compare for us your experience as the only woman on the court with that of being one of two female justices and that of being one of three female justices? >> the national association of women judges forecast what would come so they have a reception for the justice o'connor and me in the fall of 1993 and they gave us t-shirts. [laughter] i am sandra, not rude and mine said i am route, not sandra. [laughter] every year i was on the court with sandra, invariably, one lawyer or another would call me justice o'connor. they heard a woman's voice. [laughter] it did not matter that we did not sound at all alike. [laughter] when center-left, it was lonely. it was really lonely. at least when she was there, she was a tall woman and then there was this rather small person until i was joined by justice sonia sotomayor and just as keychain. if you -- and justice
. >> rose: associate justice sonia sotomayor for the hour, next. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: associate justice sonia sotomayor is here. she made history in 2009 when she became the first hispanic and the third woman to sit on the supreme court. her story embodies the american dream. she grew up in a public housing project in the south bronx. at age seven she was diagnosed with type one diabetes. her father a factory worker died the following year. she and her younger brother were raised by a single mom who worked long hours just to make ends meet. but adversity did not stop her from ascending to the top of her profession. she went from high school valedictorian to princeton graduate to law review editor at yale. she served as a prosecutor and a corporate late gator before she was appointed as a district court judge. while still in her 30s. and then was appointed to the court of appeals. 11 years later she was sworn in as the nation's 111th justice. she tells her personal story in a new memoir. is it called "my
. >> ifill: still to come on the "newshour": sonia sotomayor's beloved country; the minds of rampage killers; mapping the brain and a stone age ceremonial site. but first, with the other news of the day. here's hari sreenivasan. >> sreenivasan: former congressman jesse jackson junior pleaded guilty today to spending $750,000 in campaign funds on personal items. the illinois democrat appeared in a federal district court in washington. he had resigned from congress last november, after being treated for bi-polar disorder. jackson will be sentenced in late june. his wife sandra also pleaded guilty today, to committing tax fraud. the obama administration is launching a new strategy to fight cyber theft. the plan announced today includes a diplomatic effort to discourage intellectual property theft abroad. it also calls for better coordination to help u.s. companies protect themselves. at a washington briefing, attorney general eric holder said the damage done by economic espionage is growing. >> the stakes have never really been higher. in some industries, a single trade secret can be worth mill
, not entitlement. and then justice sotomayor, thank goodness she was there on the bench as an advocate. the justices talked about the fact that we have not cured the disease of discrimination. so you know, no surprises, i think. so you know, at the end of the day we know it comes down to that one justice, justice kennedy. >> and what did you think of justice kennedy today? he had kind of a famous line the last time where he basically said you are insulting the sovereign dignity of the state, the state of georgia, the congress is valuing the sovereign dig nnity of the xdst. he said something that sounded similarly skeptical, and since it will almost certainly come down to justice kennedy, what were your thoughts on what he said about justice kennedy? >> my prediction -- oh, don't rewind. so my prediction is that he will side with us on this. >> hmm. >> that he will uphold it, because at the end of the day, justice kennedy sometimes has broken waves with the conservative flock. and he actually believes in fairness. now, i'm not saying that in every case he has been fair. clearly there ha
sotomayor critico a fiscal federal por comentarios raciales que hizo durante un juicio. esto alimenta las llamas del prejuicio. >>sugirió que los miembros de estos grupos etnicos son propensos al crimen. >>piden presiónar al congreso para evitar que el viernes entren en vigencia nuevos recortes. >>napolitano dice que esto dañaria la seguridad en la frontera, líderes republicanos dicen que barack obama está asustando a los ciudadanos >>el gobierno de venezuela dice que han participado en reuniones con hugo chávez, pero el dictador cubano raúl castro, anuncio que se retira en 2018, a partir de esa fecha gobernaria cuba alguien que no pertenece a la dinastia castro. lourdes del río nos cuenta como cedio a este cedazo a la cubana >>el anuncio de castro tomo a muchos desprevenidos, más aun el hecho de nombrar a un desconocido como sucesor. >>los analisis no se han hecho esperar >>diaz canelo nacio después de la revolucion, sin un histórico cuba va a lucir distinto< el funcionario cubano de mayor rango, miguel diaz canelo de 52 años profesor, comunista, ex ministro de educacion sup
. tambien:. la jueza puertorriquena sonia sotomayor critica los comentarios segun ella racistas emitidos por un fiscal federal. y mas adelante..como revivir la pasion en la pareja con afrodisiacos que estan a su alcance..detalles en nuestro informe especial.. y en el tiempo, paraguas en mano porque tendremos lluvias maÑana martes, enterese a partir de que hora, en breve, siga en sintonia... dice que se prohibira fumar en los estadios camden yard y el m & t bank ... las autoridades anunciaron la nueva politica hoy... la regulacion tambien hara ilegal fumar cualquier producto de tabaco a 25-pies de cualquier entrada... la nueva restriccion entrara en vigor el proximo 4- de marzo y se aplicara para todos los juegos y eventos que se desarrollen en el orioles camden yard y m&t de los ravens... sonia sotomayor, jueza de la corte suprema de estados unidos, criticÓ pu Úblicamente hoy a un fiscal federal por proferir un comentario con ella racista" durante un juicio relacionado con drogas... el comentario se dio al tiempo que la corte suprema se rehusÓ a ofrecer una audiencia de apelaciÓn de bon
. >> another dimension, it has been called to mind in this question that justice sotomayor was cross-examined in a rather aggressive way concerning her statement that a woman, i think she went on to say hispanic woman -- >> wise latina. >> you are running way ahead of me. could understand a lot of things much better than people, certainly such as i, and perhaps even you. so we are talking both about, so to speak on ethnic and cultural background and gender. they are affecting the way people understand what justice is. >> well, she -- i thought she answered the question pretty well. she got confirmed. the fact is that at the same time, the justice alito understands some of those cultural issues. it is interesting. the supreme court of the united states today has no protestants on the supreme court. isn't that interesting? we basically have catholics and jews. >> i have been very worried about that, i will tell you. [laughter] >> i mentioned it because i thought it was keeping you up at night. the fact is that i have no doubts that they each will do what they said in their nomination,
for >> coming up tote -- today on "katie," the latin explosion including supreme court justice sotomayor on "katie." and at 4:00, the effort underway to make the air around oakland's lake cleaner. on abc7 at 5:00, a so-called sticker shock for valentine's day. your final cost doesn't urgely match the advertised rate. okay. >> time for friday's perfect pets. now we have some new friends and a showdown. >> a lot of us going on at the san francisco spca. laura and daniel are here representing the tattoos and a showdown there but first, the cats. >> this willie and asta, sibling brothers, coming to us about a month ago. justin california san francisco stray cats we made available for adoption. they are currently available and will be all weekend long for our "be mine" adoption. they are free. >> tell us more about the adoption situation starting today. >> we are open tonight and all weekend every adoption is free. we are waiving every adoption fee to help you find your valentine's gift. >> tell us about the contest. >> there is a catch to our adoption, we are throwing a party tonight, our "b
-- today on "katie," the latin explosion including supreme court justice sotomayor on "katie." and at 4:00, the effort underway to make the air around oakland's lake cleaner. on abc7 at 5:00, a so-called sticker shock for valentine's day. your final cost doesn't urgely match the advertised rate. okay. >> time for friday's perfect pets. now we have some new friends and a showdown. >> a lot of us going on at the san francisco spca. laura and daniel are here representing the tattoos and a showdown there but first, the cats. >> this willie and asta, sibling brothers, coming to us about a month ago. justin california san francisco stray cats we made available for adoption. they are currently available and will be all weekend long for our "be mine" adoption. they are free. >> tell us more about the adoption situation starting today. >> we are open tonight and all weekend every adoption is free. we are waiving every adoption fee to help you find your valentine's gift. >> tell us about the contest. >> there is a catch to our adoption, we are throwing a party tonight, our "be mine," and we will
sonia sotomayor-- the first hispanic member of the supreme court about her life before and on the bench. >> sort of fine walking that we're always doing between when are we listening with an open mind and when has our mind been closed because of a bias? >> woodruff: plus, we have two medical research stories. first, our week long focus on guns. "after newtown" continues, with a report from miles o'brien on what science can tell us about the minds of rampage killers. andy williams called me collect inside the prisop. >> i didn't think 13 people were going to get shot. i just thought i'd make a lot of noise and the cops would show up. >> ifill: francis collins, head of the national institutes of health, walks us through president obama's call for a ten-year initiative to map the human brain.
and biographies beginning with supreme court justice sonia sotomayor. and 9:25, cynthia helms, will a former cia director richard helms remembers her introduction into the world of secret intelligence. at 10:20 eastern the life and career of "national review" publisher. william rusher. .. >> we have shortened the board meetings considerably. we have stayed away from the details and did not get on the weeds on how you build a car. the bigger questions of financing. the board was very supportive of that. we kept them and form and we took off. >> leading general motors through bankruptcy. ed whitaker on "american turnaround" on sunday night at 9:00 p.m. on "after words", part of booktv on c-span2. look for more booktv online. like us on facebook. >> the supreme court talked about drug sniffing dogs is a sufficient cause to search someone's vehicle. justice elena kagan is the question as to whether the dogs alert the officer for contraband of the crime. we have the oral argument of that case it was presented last october. it is just about an hour. >> hello, welcome back. the question in this case is
the greatest gift spent justice sotomayor, thank you for a beautiful evening. is a gift from us. thank you so much. [applause] >> the best day to be a planet in america was july 9, 2004, when dick jackson and lawrence frank came out with a book called urban sprawl and public health. and what the book finally did, some technical epidemiological meet on the social logic of those that we've been arguing about and said no uncertain terms, the suburbs are killing us and here's why. and cities can save us and here's why. by far the greatest aspect of the epidemic, i should say of our health challenges in america is the obesity epidemic. it's not that obesity itself is a problem but all these illnesses that obesity leads to. principal among them diabetes. diabetes now consumes 2% of our gdp. a child born after 2000 has a one in three chance in america becoming a diabetic. when i look at the first generation of americans who are going to live shorter lives than their parents. is probably not a huge surprise to you. we've all been talking about longtime about the wonders of the american corn syrup die
of pages of evidence documenting discrimination. judge sonia sotomayor said "discrimination is discrimination, and what congress said is it continues." said justice stephen breyer, "the disease is still there. it's gotten a lot better are a lot better, but it's still there." that's why civil right attorney debo adegbile said the provision is as necessary today as a generation ago. >> the problems are much more serious, much more repetitive, there is a much greater continuity in certain places than others. >> reporter: now the liberal justices and the obama administration are saying the court should defer to congress which they say is better situated to make judgments about discrimination and voting. but, scott, based on this argument today, it does appear a majority of the conservative justices are ready to tell congress it's going to have to make some changes in that law. if it wants to preserve it. >> pelley: a decision likely months away. jan, thank you very much. if you hope that democrats and republicans might find a way out from friday's budget crisis, have a look at t
secciÓn 5 como un derecho que perpetua el racismo. mientras la juez sonia sotomayor le dijo a los abogados de chelo vi que quizÁs el sur habÍa cambiado pero no ese condado. se espera que la corte suprema falle sobre este caso en junio. en miami, angie sandoval, telemundo. >>> una enfermera y madre de 44 aÑos, en vermont se convirtiÓ en la quinta persona en recibir un trasplante de cara completa. la cirugÍa realizada por 30 especialistas durÓ horas. se reconstruyÓ la piel farol. el cuello, la nariz, los labios, los mÚsculos, arterias y neuro voys. quedÓ en estas condiciones luego de un ataque en el 2007 cuando su ex esposo le echÓ lejÍa industrial, un quÍmico corrosivo que le quemÓ el 80% del cuerpo. >>> tras regresar en noticiero telemundo se va benedicto xvi >>> un millÓn de dolares para viajar en una rÉplica del titanic al parecer mÁs de media docenas de personas estÁn dispuestas a pagar esa cantidad por un camarote de primera clase en la rÉplica del titanic que construyÓ un magnate italiano, se espera que este listo para el 2016. su viaje recorrerÍa la misma ruta que
in the book touring supreme court justice sonia sotomayor made a rare television appearance. she was on the colbert report. she talked about her childhood in the bronx, faith in the constitution, but she got a little bit coy when stephen tried to draw her into specifics. >> not all of us believe in the constitution. the second amendment is never to be questioned. do you believe that we have the right to have any weapon we want? >> well, you'll find out soon enough when the case comes up. >> this is what i like. this is what i like. >> all right. stick around. we're going to take a quick break. while we do, send us an e-mail and let us know why you're awake at this hour. you can also tweet me. we'll read the best responses later in the show. still ahead here, stadium blackouts, they're not just for football anymore. last night the lights went out during an nba game. we'll have that next in sports. >>> later on, more of governor christy taking on his toughest critic david letterman appearing on the couch on laid night. and we'll also get a check on the weather when "way too early"
chief justice sonia sotomayor will be at the brat library february 28th to start out women's history month and this is her story. it is really different. we hope everyone will read it download it everything. >> anybody else? go on our web site. we have so many authors coming really you pick and choose yourself. >> thank you dr. >> thank you. >> this is what's going on around town. a oo welcome back. we have a special guest. interesting looking thing. from a distance it's a ball of fur. long ears kind of. >> what is this? >> he is a lie an head wadet. they are a fairly new breed of rabbit. they are from the united kingdom in the mid to late 90s. in the last ten years within the united states. even though they are a recognized breed of show rabbits in the u.k. they are still working on breed standards in the united states for this breed of rabbits. >> it is not a wild rabbit? >> no. it is a domestic rabbit. cinnamon and honey. >> is there an area where there are domestic animals? >> we have the farm yard which could have wo have domestic livestock. we have some animals such as rabbits
's been on the list for 16 weeks. u.s. supreme court justice sonia sotomayor is third with "my beloved world." justice sotomayor recently discussed on booktv to discuss her book -- appeared on booktv to discuss her book. jenna hill debuts on the list at number four with her story of leaving the church of scientology with "beyond belief." number five, lawrence wright in "going clear: scientology, hollywood and the prison of belief." co-authors bill o'reilly and martin dugard appear back to back on the list with their books "killing kennedy"
about sonia sotomayor having diabetes, these are fair questions. obviously, john mccain had his own health issues when he was running. and the issues were raised for john mccain, and will be if joe biden runs. we'll see if he ends up losing weight in anticipation of a run, or maybe it will just be a life-style change he will encounter in the next coming months. >> analyst sam stein and analyst, not saying when is senior and which is junior, you guys decide that. >> oh, we know that. >> thank you, guys. >>> next in the rewrite, the new standards at "fox news" tonight's firing of dick morris seems to indicate that it is no longer cool for fox news pundits to just be wrong about everything. >>> and malala yousufzai speaks, she has made her first speaking videos since she was shot by the taliban. and she has been nominated for a nobel prize. all of that is coming up. etting rid of dark spots will restore even skin tone? think again. introducing olay professional even skin tone. developed by experts in skin genomics to target 5 major causes of uneven skin tone and help restore even color
, that is on monday. today we will see her at 3:00, hispanics including an interview with supreme court sotomayor. >> celebrities worried about sunbathing photos snapped by press can get new protection from legislation that allows celebrities to collect damages from people would take photos or videos in an offensive way during their personal or family time. stars like britney spears and tommy lee and osborne family have submitted written statements saying this gives them peace of mind. >> there could be more full-length feature films on youtube than you think. >> good morning, more than $28 billion in damage in the past 20 years for the third largest cause of catastrophic damage behind hurricanes and tornado. people in the storm path make an inventory of home contents just in case. it has a free app, where you can file pictures and information on what you own. people are joining the professional networking service to help post better-than-expected quarterly profit. if you are holed up because of the weather, get out the popcorn because each night it is free movie night on youtube. hundreds of ful
having blacks and whites and latinos in the same place. sort of the sonia sotomayor argument. >> guest: it's interesting because the two families i am focused on, deion and glen and jacqueline and jamica, the mam and the daughter in each case had different opinions. and jacqueline's case, she had had this horrible experience when she was bussed in the '7s so out to this white working class, fairly high poverty neighborhood out in the outside of louisville. kids spitting at her. throwing snowballs with rocks, an awful experience, and had been really nervous about sending her kids when they had to bussed eventually. but they had a good experience so she changed her mind if. she saw this is important. my kids have had opportunities they would not have had if they had gone to at the school across the street, which was still, despite busing, still a struggling school. and so she -- when we talked about it, she really said, you know, these opportunities were important and they met people and had these networks, and experiences, that they wouldn't have gone camping, i wouldn't have billion ab
court justice sonia sotomayor. richard helms after that. "book tv" in prime-time all this week on c-span 2. live today on c-span, in a moment, presidential scholars panel. after that a conference of presidential leadership styles. >> the communism of china is communism in name only and preserve the powers of the members of the communist power. basically through ideology aside when he opened the country up and has become a capitalist haven. communism now in china, they talk a great leap, but as i said, all about preserving the party power economically as the country continues to grow, because they threw aside most vestiges of communism along time ago. in north korea it is all about preserving the power of the military in the kim dynasty. again, it really has nothing to do with what karl marx envisioned as communism way back. it is fascinating on how communism, would it moves into asia diverged into something different in vietnam. that the content -- communism appeared in the eastern european countries. keith richburg sunday on "q &a." >> in a moment, washington"journal." john kerry w
, and illness or death. i got to feel it in a joyful one. that may have been the greatest. >> justice sotomayor, thank you for a beautiful evening. here is a gift from us.#> pinky's a much. [applause] >> in the next washington journal we look at gun ownership in america beginning with the center of republican integrity recently wrote about the role of the bureau of alcohol, tobacco, and firearms and a background check system for purchasing firearms. live from the blue ridge arsenal , a gun shop and shooting range. in addition to interviews with a gun shop owner and live demonstrations, executive director of gun owners of america and washington times senior opinion editor emily weller, author of this year's emily gets a gun. live on c-span at 7:00 a.m. eastern. >> from the very start we told the board that the approach we were going to take, which was pretty straightforward. and remember, we were sent there to sort of fix gm, the board in night. that was the mission. go make this thing a viable company again. so we were all focused and brought the message we will design, build, and sell the worl
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